Convert 9.2 times 10^{-5} to standard notation.

asked 2020-11-27
Convert \(\displaystyle{9.2}\times{10}^{{-{5}}}\) to standard notation.

Answers (1)


Step 1: Given Expression \(\displaystyle{9.2}\times{10}^{{-{5}}}\)

Step 2: To Convert Into Standard Form

Step 3: Standard Form A standard form is always a number having decimals, constants in which there is no any multiple of exponents present.

Step 4: Conversion \(\displaystyle{9.2}\times{10}^{{-{5}}}={\frac{{{9.2}}}{{{10}^{{{5}}}}}}\)

Step 5: Result Fourth Option is Correct.

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